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Apporto is a tool that allows you to access software that’s not directly installed on your computer, in a virtual, remote environment. You can connect to Apporto through your Saint Peter’s Google account and use it to access applications like Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SPSS, and more. This training will show how to access Apporto, and use applications within this service.
If you plan on using Microsoft files with advanced features like embedded audio, or SPSS files in your classroom, you will need to open them within Apporto for them to display and work properly. This article describes how to use the Apporto Full Desktop to access Audio PowerPoints and other advanced Microsoft files (as well as SPSS files) in classrooms and labs using Chromeboxes.
Apporto is used to access software available to the Saint Peter’s community from your web browser. This article explains how to access the software via Apporto.
If you have created a test, quiz, or exam using Blackboard Tests, there is no direct way to export this to a readable format outside of Blackboard. This article will demonstrate steps to create a PDF file of your Blackboard Test using Google Chrome, that can be shared outside of Blackboard.
As Saint Peter's University is a "Google School", all faculty, staff, and students have access to this suite of tools. Google Docs is a powerful tool, as it allows files to be created and accessed across all platforms, browsers and devices in a single web-based format. However, there are many applications that our community use, in which specific file types need to be utilized, such as Word documents (.DOCX) or PDF files. The focus of this article is how to use Google Docs to produce these.